Monday, July 22, 2019
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New flavours from Japan

Last October, Japanese snack manufacturer Calbee purchased Seabrook Crisps, opening up a new route to the UK market for savoury treats from Japan .

Hot options are a hit all day long

Kepak eyes food to go growth in convenience .

Unplanning for success

The unplanned purchase is key to impulse success and milk-based drinks .

Win with own brand

Costcutter retailers looking to spice up their food to go offer should look to the Co-op own label range .

Rise to the top of FTG

Brioche brand is going well .

Soft excels in convenience

Most frequently shopped category in food to go last year has great potential .

Convenience is rich with opportunity

Apprentice winner eyes expansion for cake range

Pizza the action at filling station

Forecourt food to go takes a leap forward at Prestwick Londis site .

Incremental opportunity

Crediton Dairy say their Arctic Iced Coffee is well placed to complement food to go .

A bite out of the snacks market

Pure Bite lands in Scotmid stores .

Pop goes the veg crisps

Mackie’s, Wholesums comes with the promise of a filling snack with less than 87 calories per bag .

I scream for food to go

Equi’s Ice Cream say their 120ml single scoop ice cream tubs are “ideal” for consumers looking for a quick treat on the go .

Television debut for Flavarings

KP Snacks has announced plans to invest £2m in marketing spend for its Hula Hoops Flavarings range .

Bigger might not be better

Seabrook Crisps has launched smaller cases for its range of single bags .

Mini Babybel has big heart

Bel UK has released limited-edition Comic Relief packs of Mini Babybel that donate 5p to Comic Relief for every one sold .

All the flavour half the sugar

Nairn’s launches healthier biscuit .

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